26 March 2014 @ 09:48 pm
Mikey in Kerrang!  
Walk This Way!
by Mark Sutherland

When My Chemical Romance split up last year, millions of fans mourned. But none more so than Mikey Way. He tells Mark Sutherland how, after 12 months of soul-searching, he's finally ready to move on with his new band, Electric Century...

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07 March 2014 @ 12:37 pm
Mikey and Electric Century in Alt Press  
Elevator Going Up

As a member of My Chemical Romance, Mikey Way helped burn the rulebook in the post-emo rock world. Now he’s heading toward the next level of his musical evolution in this Electric Century.

By Jason Pettigrew

When bassist Mikey Way and his bandmates decided to adjourn My Chemical Romance late last March, he didn’t waste any time with self-appraisals, exit interviews or other gestures meant to celebrate career retrospectives or jobs well done. Instead, he called up his longtime friend and creative foil Dave Debiak and said four words: “The time is now.”

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[Many thanks to inlovewithnight for the transcription.]
24 February 2014 @ 05:25 pm
Stream Electric Century's First Single  
Electric Century - “I Lied” (SONG PREMIERE)
February 24, 2014 by Cassie Whitt

Last week, we exclusively unveiled Electric Century, the brand new project featuring former My Chemical Romance bassist Mikey Way, Dave Debiak (Sleep Station, New London Fire) and Justin Siegel (ex-Stars In Stereo), in our 100 Bands You Need To Know cover reveal.

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20 February 2014 @ 11:25 am
JMont Article About Mikey's New Band, Electric Century  
Exclusive: Mikey Way Moves On From My Chemical Romance With Electric Century
The former MCR bassist says it was time to move forward with a new band, Electric Century.
By James Montgomery

Mikey Way began planning Electric Century long before My Chemical Romance hit it big, he just didn't have the means to pull it off ... mostly because he was 12.

"I was in my seventh-grade science class, and I wrote 'Electric Century' on a notebook, and I was like 'I want to do this band,'" he told MTV News. "And right then I began filing away the kind of music I wanted it to be: Britpop, the party influence of bands like the Happy Mondays, New Order, Public Image Ltd. It was always something I wanted to do."

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